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Does your startup need a turn-key API?

posted May 13, 2011, 12:12 PM by Andrew Rosenthal


This message comes from a friend in SF:

IndexTank (www.indextank.com) is the search API powering Reddit, Twitvid, blip.tv and TaskRabbit and other startups in various phases. It lets developers easily add real-time, geo & social-aware search that's really fast, customer-friendly (i.e. instant autocomplete) and hosted to keep implementation easy.

We're finding many startups have some kind of search function essential to their success. Our search API is free to use up to 100K documents and only takes minutes to implement. If your app has a larger dataset, we offer a "startup friend" package of up to 2MM docs for free for 90 days ($525 value). Simply get started with the free plan and email us to upgrade to the special offer.

We've got over 8 search experts on our engineering staff and are happy to help answer questions about anything related to search and your app. Please let us know if you're interested in either trying IndexTank or talking with one of our experts.

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